Saint-Donat is a former logging town that has become one of the region’s top vacation spots. Its outstanding features include two large lakes – Ouareau and Archambault – an attractive town centre and main street, inns, outdoor cafés, a public square (concerts and spectacles in summer), historical tour and attractive beach. Saint-Donat is an outdoor recreational paradise! In summer, you can hike, take a cruise, swim, golf and cycle. A bike path now links Saint-Donat to Saint-Agathe-des-Monts in the Laurentians region. Or take the beautiful panoramic route, Le Chemin du Nordet, by car, motocycle or bicycle to Mont Tremblant village (north face). Saint-Donat also marks the start of the National Trail (Sentier Trail). As well, the area is known for its two ski centres: Ski La Réserve and Mont-Garceau. Other popular winter activities include snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, skating on the 1,85 km ice ring and snowmobiling.